Exploring the effect of a school-based cluster-randomised controlled trial to increase the scheduling of physical activity for primary school students on teachers' physical activity
CONCLUSIONS: Supporting teachers with the scheduling of PA for their class may impact on their own PA. Fully powered studies are needed to better understand the impact of the intervention on teachers' PA.PMID:33949031 | DOI:10.1002/hpja.499 (Source: Health Promotion Journal of Australia)
Source: Health Promotion Journal of Australia - May 5, 2021 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Beatrice Murawski Kathryn L Reilly Kirsty Hope Alix E Hall Rachel L Sutherland Stewart G Trost Sze Lin Yoong Nicole McCarthy Christophe Lecathelinais Luke Wolfenden Nicole K Nathan Source Type: research

Identifying trends over time in food affordability: the Illawarra Healthy Food Basket survey, 2011-2019
CONCLUSION: In 2019, the IHFB was affordable for a five-person family; however, a four-person family receiving welfare benefits would have experienced significant 'food stress', with the food basket costing above 30% of household income.IMPLICATIONS FOR HEALTH PROMOTION: Inequity in the affordability of healthy food is of major public health concern and one that demands recognition and national action. The impact of policies affecting welfare support and wages needs to be considered, as well as food pricing strategies and possible food subsidies for those at greatest risk of food insecurity.PMID:33942421 | DOI:10.1002/hpja...
Source: Health Promotion Journal of Australia - May 4, 2021 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Karen Walton Vinicius Andre do Rosario Karen Charlton Misty Kucherik Paul Frean Katie Richardson Michelle Turner Jessica Mahoney Source Type: research

Opportunities for Improving the Social Determinants of Health in the ACT through the Sustainable Development Goals
Health Promot J Austr. 2021 Apr 24. doi: 10.1002/hpja.497. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTIn 2018, Australia submitted their first voluntary national review to the High-Level Political Forum on the implementation of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Despite the achievements articulated, Australia is ranked below average in sustainability progress compared to other countries in the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, dropping annually and now in 37th place overall.PMID:33894040 | DOI:10.1002/hpja.497 (Source: Health Promotion Journal of Australia)
Source: Health Promotion Journal of Australia - April 24, 2021 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Maddison Beck Annie Cummins Algreg Gomez Rosemary McFarlane Source Type: research

Cancer survivors' perspectives of dietary information provision after cancer treatment: A scoping review of the Australian context
CONCLUSIONS: There is scope to improve dietary information provision after cancer treatment in Australia. SO WHAT?: Dietary guidance post-treatment should consider individual needs, cultural background, and opportunity for ongoing follow-up and support.PMID:33890348 | DOI:10.1002/hpja.496 (Source: Health Promotion Journal of Australia)
Source: Health Promotion Journal of Australia - April 23, 2021 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Katherine H Barlow Jolieke C van der Pols Stuart Ekberg Elizabeth A Johnston Source Type: research

Students as Leaders in Supporting Campus Wellbeing: Peer-to-Peer Health Promotion in Higher Education
CONCLUSION: The study concludes that, while there is mounting evidence of the benefits of student-led mental health programs for both leaders and their peers, more research needs to be carried out to better understand how to optimize these experiences and unlock their full potential with reference to student mental health. SO WHAT?: With the ongoing pressure on university student services to support student wellbeing not being met with appropriate resourcing, peer-to-peer programs, like the Mental Health and Wellbeing Student Ambassador Program, have a real opportunity to make strides in supporting and promoting student me...
Source: Health Promotion Journal of Australia - April 17, 2021 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Arianne Reis Taylor Mortimer Erin Rutherford Sandro Sperandei Rowena Saheb Source Type: research

Positive outcomes associated with the COVID-19 pandemic in Australia
Health Promot J Austr. 2021 Apr 16. doi: 10.1002/hpja.494. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTISSUE ADDRESSED: To investigate whether Australians have experienced any positive effects during the COVID-19 pandemic.METHODS: National online longitudinal survey. As part of a June 2020 survey, participants (n=1370) were asked 'In your life, have you experienced any positive effects from the COVID-19 pandemic' (yes/no) and also completed the World Health Organisation-Five well-being index. Differences were explored by demographic variables. Free-text responses were thematically coded.RESULTS: 960 participants (70%) reported experienc...
Source: Health Promotion Journal of Australia - April 17, 2021 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: S Cornell B Nickel E Cvejic C Bonner K J McCaffery J Ayre T Copp C Batcup Jmj Isautier T Dakin R H Dodd Source Type: research

Comparison of free-living physical activity data obtained from a Fitbit Zip, the Apple iPhone Health app and a modified Bouchard Activity Record
CONCLUSIONS: There were strong correlations between the physical activity data measured by Fitbit Zips and iPhones, but the iPhone Health app significantly underestimated the number of steps per day taken and the distance travelled when compared to the Fitbit Zip. SO WHAT?: Understanding the comparability of accelerometer devices provides useful information for future pragmatic physical activity measurement.PMID:33864306 | DOI:10.1002/hpja.492 (Source: Health Promotion Journal of Australia)
Source: Health Promotion Journal of Australia - April 17, 2021 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Rebecca C Reynolds Veronica M Smith Rona Macniven Source Type: research

A scoping review of workplace wellness audit tools assessing physical activity and sedentary behavior
CONCLUSIONS: Numerous workplace physical activity and/or sedentary behaviour audit tools were available. However, a gap was identified as tools and resources that assess and support organizational changes to influence physical activity and sedentary behaviour as two independent health behaviours across multiple social ecological levels within the workplace had not been developed.PMID:33864307 | DOI:10.1002/hpja.493 (Source: Health Promotion Journal of Australia)
Source: Health Promotion Journal of Australia - April 17, 2021 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Christina C Loitz Erin Gorman Soultana Macridis Marcus Vaska Source Type: research

Students as Leaders in Supporting Campus Wellbeing: Peer-to-Peer Health Promotion in Higher Education
CONCLUSION: The study concludes that, while there is mounting evidence of the benefits of student-led mental health programs for both leaders and their peers, more research needs to be carried out to better understand how to optimize these experiences and unlock their full potential with reference to student mental health. SO WHAT?: With the ongoing pressure on university student services to support student wellbeing not being met with appropriate resourcing, peer-to-peer programs, like the Mental Health and Wellbeing Student Ambassador Program, have a real opportunity to make strides in supporting and promoting student me...
Source: Health Promotion Journal of Australia - April 17, 2021 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Arianne Reis Taylor Mortimer Erin Rutherford Sandro Sperandei Rowena Saheb Source Type: research

Positive outcomes associated with the COVID-19 pandemic in Australia
Health Promot J Austr. 2021 Apr 16. doi: 10.1002/hpja.494. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTISSUE ADDRESSED: To investigate whether Australians have experienced any positive effects during the COVID-19 pandemic.METHODS: National online longitudinal survey. As part of a June 2020 survey, participants (n=1370) were asked 'In your life, have you experienced any positive effects from the COVID-19 pandemic' (yes/no) and also completed the World Health Organisation-Five well-being index. Differences were explored by demographic variables. Free-text responses were thematically coded.RESULTS: 960 participants (70%) reported experienc...
Source: Health Promotion Journal of Australia - April 17, 2021 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: S Cornell B Nickel E Cvejic C Bonner K J McCaffery J Ayre T Copp C Batcup Jmj Isautier T Dakin R H Dodd Source Type: research

Comparison of free-living physical activity data obtained from a Fitbit Zip, the Apple iPhone Health app and a modified Bouchard Activity Record
CONCLUSIONS: There were strong correlations between the physical activity data measured by Fitbit Zips and iPhones, but the iPhone Health app significantly underestimated the number of steps per day taken and the distance travelled when compared to the Fitbit Zip. SO WHAT?: Understanding the comparability of accelerometer devices provides useful information for future pragmatic physical activity measurement.PMID:33864306 | DOI:10.1002/hpja.492 (Source: Health Promotion Journal of Australia)
Source: Health Promotion Journal of Australia - April 17, 2021 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Rebecca C Reynolds Veronica M Smith Rona Macniven Source Type: research

A scoping review of workplace wellness audit tools assessing physical activity and sedentary behavior
CONCLUSIONS: Numerous workplace physical activity and/or sedentary behaviour audit tools were available. However, a gap was identified as tools and resources that assess and support organizational changes to influence physical activity and sedentary behaviour as two independent health behaviours across multiple social ecological levels within the workplace had not been developed.PMID:33864307 | DOI:10.1002/hpja.493 (Source: Health Promotion Journal of Australia)
Source: Health Promotion Journal of Australia - April 17, 2021 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Christina C Loitz Erin Gorman Soultana Macridis Marcus Vaska Source Type: research

Students as Leaders in Supporting Campus Wellbeing: Peer-to-Peer Health Promotion in Higher Education
CONCLUSION: The study concludes that, while there is mounting evidence of the benefits of student-led mental health programs for both leaders and their peers, more research needs to be carried out to better understand how to optimize these experiences and unlock their full potential with reference to student mental health. SO WHAT?: With the ongoing pressure on university student services to support student wellbeing not being met with appropriate resourcing, peer-to-peer programs, like the Mental Health and Wellbeing Student Ambassador Program, have a real opportunity to make strides in supporting and promoting student me...
Source: Health Promotion Journal of Australia - April 17, 2021 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Arianne Reis Taylor Mortimer Erin Rutherford Sandro Sperandei Rowena Saheb Source Type: research

Positive outcomes associated with the COVID-19 pandemic in Australia
Health Promot J Austr. 2021 Apr 16. doi: 10.1002/hpja.494. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTISSUE ADDRESSED: To investigate whether Australians have experienced any positive effects during the COVID-19 pandemic.METHODS: National online longitudinal survey. As part of a June 2020 survey, participants (n=1370) were asked 'In your life, have you experienced any positive effects from the COVID-19 pandemic' (yes/no) and also completed the World Health Organisation-Five well-being index. Differences were explored by demographic variables. Free-text responses were thematically coded.RESULTS: 960 participants (70%) reported experienc...
Source: Health Promotion Journal of Australia - April 17, 2021 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: S Cornell B Nickel E Cvejic C Bonner K J McCaffery J Ayre T Copp C Batcup Jmj Isautier T Dakin R H Dodd Source Type: research

Comparison of free-living physical activity data obtained from a Fitbit Zip, the Apple iPhone Health app and a modified Bouchard Activity Record
CONCLUSIONS: There were strong correlations between the physical activity data measured by Fitbit Zips and iPhones, but the iPhone Health app significantly underestimated the number of steps per day taken and the distance travelled when compared to the Fitbit Zip. SO WHAT?: Understanding the comparability of accelerometer devices provides useful information for future pragmatic physical activity measurement.PMID:33864306 | DOI:10.1002/hpja.492 (Source: Health Promotion Journal of Australia)
Source: Health Promotion Journal of Australia - April 17, 2021 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Rebecca C Reynolds Veronica M Smith Rona Macniven Source Type: research

A scoping review of workplace wellness audit tools assessing physical activity and sedentary behavior
CONCLUSIONS: Numerous workplace physical activity and/or sedentary behaviour audit tools were available. However, a gap was identified as tools and resources that assess and support organizational changes to influence physical activity and sedentary behaviour as two independent health behaviours across multiple social ecological levels within the workplace had not been developed.PMID:33864307 | DOI:10.1002/hpja.493 (Source: Health Promotion Journal of Australia)
Source: Health Promotion Journal of Australia - April 17, 2021 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Christina C Loitz Erin Gorman Soultana Macridis Marcus Vaska Source Type: research

Students as Leaders in Supporting Campus Wellbeing: Peer-to-Peer Health Promotion in Higher Education
CONCLUSION: The study concludes that, while there is mounting evidence of the benefits of student-led mental health programs for both leaders and their peers, more research needs to be carried out to better understand how to optimize these experiences and unlock their full potential with reference to student mental health. SO WHAT?: With the ongoing pressure on university student services to support student wellbeing not being met with appropriate resourcing, peer-to-peer programs, like the Mental Health and Wellbeing Student Ambassador Program, have a real opportunity to make strides in supporting and promoting student me...
Source: Health Promotion Journal of Australia - April 17, 2021 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Arianne Reis Taylor Mortimer Erin Rutherford Sandro Sperandei Rowena Saheb Source Type: research

Positive outcomes associated with the COVID-19 pandemic in Australia
Health Promot J Austr. 2021 Apr 16. doi: 10.1002/hpja.494. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTISSUE ADDRESSED: To investigate whether Australians have experienced any positive effects during the COVID-19 pandemic.METHODS: National online longitudinal survey. As part of a June 2020 survey, participants (n=1370) were asked 'In your life, have you experienced any positive effects from the COVID-19 pandemic' (yes/no) and also completed the World Health Organisation-Five well-being index. Differences were explored by demographic variables. Free-text responses were thematically coded.RESULTS: 960 participants (70%) reported experienc...
Source: Health Promotion Journal of Australia - April 17, 2021 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: S Cornell B Nickel E Cvejic C Bonner K J McCaffery J Ayre T Copp C Batcup Jmj Isautier T Dakin R H Dodd Source Type: research

Comparison of free-living physical activity data obtained from a Fitbit Zip, the Apple iPhone Health app and a modified Bouchard Activity Record
CONCLUSIONS: There were strong correlations between the physical activity data measured by Fitbit Zips and iPhones, but the iPhone Health app significantly underestimated the number of steps per day taken and the distance travelled when compared to the Fitbit Zip. SO WHAT?: Understanding the comparability of accelerometer devices provides useful information for future pragmatic physical activity measurement.PMID:33864306 | DOI:10.1002/hpja.492 (Source: Health Promotion Journal of Australia)
Source: Health Promotion Journal of Australia - April 17, 2021 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Rebecca C Reynolds Veronica M Smith Rona Macniven Source Type: research

A scoping review of workplace wellness audit tools assessing physical activity and sedentary behavior
CONCLUSIONS: Numerous workplace physical activity and/or sedentary behaviour audit tools were available. However, a gap was identified as tools and resources that assess and support organizational changes to influence physical activity and sedentary behaviour as two independent health behaviours across multiple social ecological levels within the workplace had not been developed.PMID:33864307 | DOI:10.1002/hpja.493 (Source: Health Promotion Journal of Australia)
Source: Health Promotion Journal of Australia - April 17, 2021 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Christina C Loitz Erin Gorman Soultana Macridis Marcus Vaska Source Type: research

Students as Leaders in Supporting Campus Wellbeing: Peer-to-Peer Health Promotion in Higher Education
CONCLUSION: The study concludes that, while there is mounting evidence of the benefits of student-led mental health programs for both leaders and their peers, more research needs to be carried out to better understand how to optimize these experiences and unlock their full potential with reference to student mental health. SO WHAT?: With the ongoing pressure on university student services to support student wellbeing not being met with appropriate resourcing, peer-to-peer programs, like the Mental Health and Wellbeing Student Ambassador Program, have a real opportunity to make strides in supporting and promoting student me...
Source: Health Promotion Journal of Australia - April 17, 2021 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Arianne Reis Taylor Mortimer Erin Rutherford Sandro Sperandei Rowena Saheb Source Type: research

Positive outcomes associated with the COVID-19 pandemic in Australia
Health Promot J Austr. 2021 Apr 16. doi: 10.1002/hpja.494. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTISSUE ADDRESSED: To investigate whether Australians have experienced any positive effects during the COVID-19 pandemic.METHODS: National online longitudinal survey. As part of a June 2020 survey, participants (n=1370) were asked 'In your life, have you experienced any positive effects from the COVID-19 pandemic' (yes/no) and also completed the World Health Organisation-Five well-being index. Differences were explored by demographic variables. Free-text responses were thematically coded.RESULTS: 960 participants (70%) reported experienc...
Source: Health Promotion Journal of Australia - April 17, 2021 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: S Cornell B Nickel E Cvejic C Bonner K J McCaffery J Ayre T Copp C Batcup Jmj Isautier T Dakin R H Dodd Source Type: research

Comparison of free-living physical activity data obtained from a Fitbit Zip, the Apple iPhone Health app and a modified Bouchard Activity Record
CONCLUSIONS: There were strong correlations between the physical activity data measured by Fitbit Zips and iPhones, but the iPhone Health app significantly underestimated the number of steps per day taken and the distance travelled when compared to the Fitbit Zip. SO WHAT?: Understanding the comparability of accelerometer devices provides useful information for future pragmatic physical activity measurement.PMID:33864306 | DOI:10.1002/hpja.492 (Source: Health Promotion Journal of Australia)
Source: Health Promotion Journal of Australia - April 17, 2021 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Rebecca C Reynolds Veronica M Smith Rona Macniven Source Type: research

A scoping review of workplace wellness audit tools assessing physical activity and sedentary behavior
CONCLUSIONS: Numerous workplace physical activity and/or sedentary behaviour audit tools were available. However, a gap was identified as tools and resources that assess and support organizational changes to influence physical activity and sedentary behaviour as two independent health behaviours across multiple social ecological levels within the workplace had not been developed.PMID:33864307 | DOI:10.1002/hpja.493 (Source: Health Promotion Journal of Australia)
Source: Health Promotion Journal of Australia - April 17, 2021 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Christina C Loitz Erin Gorman Soultana Macridis Marcus Vaska Source Type: research

Health promotion in emerging collectivist communities: a study of dietary acculturation in the South Sudanese community in Logan City, Australia
CONCLUSIONS: The Logan City South Sudanese community has navigated a new and complex food environment with positive long-term dietary outcomes; however, the initial decline in health due to poor diet on arrival may have been prevented. SO WHAT?: Early intervention and culturally appropriate health promotion strategies that are co-designed and tailored to the characteristics and strengths of newly-settled collectivist communities are needed. These should promote the benefits of healthy traditional food habits, while assisting communities to successfully navigate a new food environment.PMID:33848390 | DOI:10.1002/hpja.491 (S...
Source: Health Promotion Journal of Australia - April 13, 2021 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Adeline Lanham Edwin Lubari Danielle Gallegos Barbara Radcliffe Source Type: research

Missing Masculinities: The Need for Gender Transformative Approaches in Water Safety Promotion for Men
Health Promot J Austr. 2021 Apr 7. doi: 10.1002/hpja.490. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTGlobally, men are more prone to engage in high-risk behaviours, which can shorten their life expectancy when compared to women (Creighton & Oliffe, 2010). Further, men die by drowning at twice the rate of women (World Health Organization, 2020). As such, drowning prevention campaigns have often focused on finding ways to change men's attitudes towards water safety and particularly the use of lifejackets, personal protective equipment that play key roles in preventing drowning (Peden et al., 2018).PMID:33825249 | DOI:10.1002/hpja.490...
Source: Health Promotion Journal of Australia - April 7, 2021 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Jake Quinton Audrey R Giles Kyle Rich Source Type: research

While Woolworths reaps the rewards, the Northern Territory community will be left to clean up the mess
Health Promot J Austr. 2021 Apr 6. doi: 10.1002/hpja.488. Online ahead of print.NO ABSTRACTPMID:33825255 | DOI:10.1002/hpja.488 (Source: Health Promotion Journal of Australia)
Source: Health Promotion Journal of Australia - April 7, 2021 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Cassandra J C Wright Sarah Clifford Mia Miller Peter D'Abbs Caterina Giorgi Meredythe Crane James A Smith Source Type: research

Missing Masculinities: The Need for Gender Transformative Approaches in Water Safety Promotion for Men
Health Promot J Austr. 2021 Apr 7. doi: 10.1002/hpja.490. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTGlobally, men are more prone to engage in high-risk behaviours, which can shorten their life expectancy when compared to women (Creighton & Oliffe, 2010). Further, men die by drowning at twice the rate of women (World Health Organization, 2020). As such, drowning prevention campaigns have often focused on finding ways to change men's attitudes towards water safety and particularly the use of lifejackets, personal protective equipment that play key roles in preventing drowning (Peden et al., 2018).PMID:33825249 | DOI:10.1002/hpja.490...
Source: Health Promotion Journal of Australia - April 7, 2021 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Jake Quinton Audrey R Giles Kyle Rich Source Type: research

While Woolworths reaps the rewards, the Northern Territory community will be left to clean up the mess
Health Promot J Austr. 2021 Apr 6. doi: 10.1002/hpja.488. Online ahead of print.NO ABSTRACTPMID:33825255 | DOI:10.1002/hpja.488 (Source: Health Promotion Journal of Australia)
Source: Health Promotion Journal of Australia - April 7, 2021 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Cassandra J C Wright Sarah Clifford Mia Miller Peter D'Abbs Caterina Giorgi Meredythe Crane James A Smith Source Type: research

Missing Masculinities: The Need for Gender Transformative Approaches in Water Safety Promotion for Men
Health Promot J Austr. 2021 Apr 7. doi: 10.1002/hpja.490. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTGlobally, men are more prone to engage in high-risk behaviours, which can shorten their life expectancy when compared to women (Creighton & Oliffe, 2010). Further, men die by drowning at twice the rate of women (World Health Organization, 2020). As such, drowning prevention campaigns have often focused on finding ways to change men's attitudes towards water safety and particularly the use of lifejackets, personal protective equipment that play key roles in preventing drowning (Peden et al., 2018).PMID:33825249 | DOI:10.1002/hpja.490...
Source: Health Promotion Journal of Australia - April 7, 2021 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Jake Quinton Audrey R Giles Kyle Rich Source Type: research

While Woolworths reaps the rewards, the Northern Territory community will be left to clean up the mess
Health Promot J Austr. 2021 Apr 6. doi: 10.1002/hpja.488. Online ahead of print.NO ABSTRACTPMID:33825255 | DOI:10.1002/hpja.488 (Source: Health Promotion Journal of Australia)
Source: Health Promotion Journal of Australia - April 7, 2021 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Cassandra J C Wright Sarah Clifford Mia Miller Peter D'Abbs Caterina Giorgi Meredythe Crane James A Smith Source Type: research

Missing Masculinities: The Need for Gender Transformative Approaches in Water Safety Promotion for Men
Health Promot J Austr. 2021 Apr 7. doi: 10.1002/hpja.490. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTGlobally, men are more prone to engage in high-risk behaviours, which can shorten their life expectancy when compared to women (Creighton & Oliffe, 2010). Further, men die by drowning at twice the rate of women (World Health Organization, 2020). As such, drowning prevention campaigns have often focused on finding ways to change men's attitudes towards water safety and particularly the use of lifejackets, personal protective equipment that play key roles in preventing drowning (Peden et al., 2018).PMID:33825249 | DOI:10.1002/hpja.490...
Source: Health Promotion Journal of Australia - April 7, 2021 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Jake Quinton Audrey R Giles Kyle Rich Source Type: research

While Woolworths reaps the rewards, the Northern Territory community will be left to clean up the mess
Health Promot J Austr. 2021 Apr 6. doi: 10.1002/hpja.488. Online ahead of print.NO ABSTRACTPMID:33825255 | DOI:10.1002/hpja.488 (Source: Health Promotion Journal of Australia)
Source: Health Promotion Journal of Australia - April 7, 2021 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Cassandra J C Wright Sarah Clifford Mia Miller Peter D'Abbs Caterina Giorgi Meredythe Crane James A Smith Source Type: research

Missing Masculinities: The Need for Gender Transformative Approaches in Water Safety Promotion for Men
Health Promot J Austr. 2021 Apr 7. doi: 10.1002/hpja.490. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTGlobally, men are more prone to engage in high-risk behaviours, which can shorten their life expectancy when compared to women (Creighton & Oliffe, 2010). Further, men die by drowning at twice the rate of women (World Health Organization, 2020). As such, drowning prevention campaigns have often focused on finding ways to change men's attitudes towards water safety and particularly the use of lifejackets, personal protective equipment that play key roles in preventing drowning (Peden et al., 2018).PMID:33825249 | DOI:10.1002/hpja.490...
Source: Health Promotion Journal of Australia - April 7, 2021 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Jake Quinton Audrey R Giles Kyle Rich Source Type: research

While Woolworths reaps the rewards, the Northern Territory community will be left to clean up the mess
Health Promot J Austr. 2021 Apr 6. doi: 10.1002/hpja.488. Online ahead of print.NO ABSTRACTPMID:33825255 | DOI:10.1002/hpja.488 (Source: Health Promotion Journal of Australia)
Source: Health Promotion Journal of Australia - April 7, 2021 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Cassandra J C Wright Sarah Clifford Mia Miller Peter D'Abbs Caterina Giorgi Meredythe Crane James A Smith Source Type: research

The dichotomy of commissioning Indigenous health and wellbeing program evaluations: What the Funder wants vs what the Community needs
Health Promot J Austr. 2021 Apr 4. doi: 10.1002/hpja.486. Online ahead of print.NO ABSTRACTPMID:33817906 | DOI:10.1002/hpja.486 (Source: Health Promotion Journal of Australia)
Source: Health Promotion Journal of Australia - April 5, 2021 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Summer May Finlay Margaret Cargo James A Smith Jenni Judd Amohia Boulton Dennis Foley Yvette Roe Bronwyn Fredericks Source Type: research